Post-Game Review: Trump V. Clinton, The Third And Final Round.

Submitted by: fancylad 8 months ago in Funny

Who saw last night's debate? The final of three between Clinton and Trump. If you haven't yet, don't bother -- you can get everything you need in the 3-minute highlight clip up above.

If you saw it, as I had to, you fought hard to nod off during the first third of the debate as you've had to for the first two. For some reason, it takes Trump a good 30 minutes to warm up and do what he does best: deny and insult.

And like the first two debates, nothing new was discovered in terms of what these two candidates think or how they'll run the country was discovered last night. The only thing we got were more meme-y one-liners from Trump -- stuff like "evil woman," and "nasty woman" and "bad hombres."

Who won? The first two were draws in that neither Trump or Clinton did good or bad, they were just serviceable. Last night, I'd give the win to Clinton for two reasons. One, because she was much more even-tempered, she fought back without being a dick, and she was just more poised. And two, Trump looked bad every time he denied his atrocious behavior by simply stating, "I didn't say that."

I can deal with all of his sexism, racism, lack of ethics, and the incestuous relationship he has with his daughter, but when his only comeback is "I didn't say that" in response to his actions that have been verified and documented with audio and video recordings, to me, that's just the sign of a scared pussy. Someone without the balls to own up to all the crap he brags about is really just a coward who realizes he's been painted in a corner. But in the end, he wins because all he really ever wanted was his own television network, he never wanted to become the President.

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Male 2,030
hmm no iab conserative think tank responses.  
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Male 252
Didn't want to ruin the circle jerk in progress tbh
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Male 2,515
Respond to what...a monkey shit fight? What's the point? In this corner, in splendid red trunks...a billionaire blowhard who will piss in your shoes and pretend it's raining. In the other corner, looking stunning in blue....a cantankerous shrew...entitled to the white house because she hitched her wagon to a philandering willie for 40 years.
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Male 7,021
@zaprowsdower There's no way to spin this flaming pile of trash into anything other than what it is. He's going to lose, and it's telling. I WISH he'd lose in the same way that Mondale lost or Goldwater but he's going to win like 9-10 states maybe more? That's pathetic. Trump is a worse candidate than either of those two other candidates were. In this country we used to on both sides of the isle call a spade a spade. Trump isn't fit, and it's sad Conservatives will jump to their corner defending this bag of shit they elected as their Party's nominee.
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Male 7,021
If we wanted a Russian Puppet President we'll elect Trump. it's amazing that so many have bought into this flimflam this guy is selling.
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Male 8,303
Its gonna be the best flimflam, the absolute best, the best. Mark my words it will be the gold standard in flimflam. The best. There has never. Been. Flimflam like this. It is the absolute best and I couldn't be prouder.
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Male 5,252
If anyone is wondering why I been using The in front of the Trump's name is because that is how the Trump has been referring to all non white races during his campaigns and speeches. And considering the Trumps complexion, I thought it would be appropriate for him to refer to himself the same way. But as the Trump feels that he is above the rest of the human race and won't, it seems fitting that everyone should address him as "The"
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Male 5,252
Here is an interesting article on how the Trump's bussisness dealings would influence his forien policy during the Trump Presidency: http://www.newsweek.com/2016/09/23/donald-trump-foreign-business-deals-national-security-498081.html
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Male 5,252
I do believe that The Trump has far more connections to Russia involvement than we even suspect. Starting long before the election Trump has been either faining ingorence of flatly denying Russia involvement in conflicts in Syeria, The Bulkins, Iraq, Ukraine, etc. He has also flatly denied Russia's hacking and cyberspying of government emails which has been pretty much been proven. He has also denied family involvement in Russia where there has been lots of evidence to refute his claims. His hamily has been having financial and political backing from Russia spanning deckades. Donald Trump Jr attests to this ‘”Russians make up a pretty disproportionate cross-section of a lot of our assets. We see a lot of money pouring in from Russia.” Trump’s son, Donald Jr., told a real estate conference in 2008.’ Due to the fact that The Trump can no longer get US backed loans because of his many bankruptcies, his loans he has been recieving are from state controlled Russian banks. https://ig.ft.com/sites/trumps-russian-connections/
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Male 1,015
A scotsman, an englishman and an aussie walk into a bar....sounds like an opening line for a joke, but it's not. I've been working on renovations at a football club, and the debate happened to (almost) coincide with our lunch, so we watched it (or most of it) on the big screen in the function room. Seven Aussies from varying backgrounds, with diverse interest and/or knowledge of poitics, watched this. From outsiders looking in, as objective observers, every man jack of them thought that Trump got hammered by Clinton. Even those that are normally completely apolitical. Just an observation, that you all might find interesting.
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Male 20,302
I think if you go by mannerisms, tone of voice, poise, and demeanor, Clinton won. You just can't act like a spoiled brat if you're seriously auditioning for a job, which is what these two are doing when they debate.
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Male 3,517
It's easy to understand why anyone says they would never vote for Trump. What is difficult to understand is why anyone would vote for Clinton. It's still surprising to me that she won the primary.
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Male 5,252
In many states she only won by a coin toss.
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Male 8,303
But make no mistake, she got almost 4 MILLION more votes. That isn't insignificant.
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Male 5,252
Against Sanders?
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Male 7,021
@Holygod You are right.
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Male 8,303
@normalfreak2 I absolutely agree. She WRECKED him in the south. For whatever reason black people did NOT like Bernie. But to be fair, she won California, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Florida, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. She didn't JUST win the south.
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Male 7,021
@holygod The margin of her win was in the South. States that simply DO NOT matter in the general election. Bernie would have wrecked Trump. I know a lot of seasoned commentator's said Bernie wasn't vetted and he would have lost if he had been vetted but I don't think so. Bernie vs Trump is BERNIE's message. The middle class against the Billionaire class. It's too bad. We almost got a real Liberal as a President.
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Male 8,303
Yes. She got 16.9 million votes. He got 13.2 million. 55% to 43%. No matter how you slice it that's a landslide and I was an ardent Bernie supporter.
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Male 4,431
One of the reasons I am voting for Hillary is she's a fighter. The good old boys club of politics has been trying to take her down her whole career. That has toughened her up. She's not afraid to stand up for what she believes in and she will not be afraid to stand up to congress. Another reason is her internship and first post graduation position were both in fighting for children's rights. She could have gone straight into a high paying position but she didn't. She went into a position to make the world a better place. Also when people who worked with her talk they go on and on about what a hard worker she is. How she really throws herself into her roles. I can see her working 10-16 hour days as president. I can see her studying and knowing the issues of the day. Has she lied? Sure, she's a politician. Is she the liar that the right tries to make her out to be? Absolutely not. If you have to lie and spin so hard to make someone out to be a liar it's kind of telling who the true liar is.
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Male 8,303
Hillary is a polished politician with experience who knows how the system works. I get the draw of an "outsider". However this is the most important job in the world. If you needed open heart surgery who would you choose: the surgeon with 30 years of experience, or the hot dog vendor from the corner who promises the gold standard in heart surgery?
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Male 5,620
That depends. If the hot dog vendor just graduated med school with a 4.0 and the surgeon with 30 years experience killed literally every patient he/she worked on - I choose the hot dog asshat.
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Male 8,303
Hey @elkingo where ya been? So in your scenario Trump is the guy that just graduated med school with a 4.0? Seriously? Do you ACTUALLY like him? Honestly? Or you just hate Hillary so much you'd support anyone that ran against her?
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Male 5,620
Note: I was calling the hot dog guy an asshat, not you. Lol
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Male 20,302
It's literally the lesser of two evils. America got the choices it deserves.
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Male 3,517
Is it? Do you mean either is the lesser depending on ones own leanings or that Clinton is the lesser?
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Male 5,252
Ever since I watched the debate last night I just wanted to say this. "Bepumpkined Puppet Of Putin"... Thank You
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Male 3,517
I watched the Dodgers and Cubs.
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Male 20,302
Me too -- two TVs side by side at the office. Equally disappointing.
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Male 7,021
I don't see how you could have found the game disappointing. The Cubs won, that was a great thing for me!
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Male 7
Politofact fact checked the whole debate. The amount of lies coming from Trump was alarming. One lie was even "pants on fire lie". Hillarys closest lie was when she was on one topic 'half true'. Trump wouldn't attain to accepting the election results. "I'll keep you in suspense". That is very unamerican.
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Male 20,302
I couldn't believe that part -- "I'll keep you in suspense." That's what grade-school kids say when they got nothing. He wants to make America great again, but he doesn't want to make the effort or lead by example.
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Male 5,252
Actually thats more like what a game show host would say right before a commercial. To The Trump, Reality is TV
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Male 20,302
Very good point. It's a reality TV mentality.
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Male 5,252
The Trump already said on a recent news interview that one reason he feels that he will win is that "Millions of Millions of people " watch him on TV. (IE Ratings = Votes in The Trump's Logic)
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Male 8,303
Doesn't matter. As far as Trump supporters are concerned, politofact is liberally biased. For legitimate fact checking look at Breitbart.com. Shockingly they found everything he said to be true and everything she said to be a lie. SHOCKING.
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Male 5,252
The Trump supporters fact check??
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Male 8,303
No. They "fact" check.
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Male 2,613
She used a lot of "i" and he used a lot of "we". However, they were both as foolish as a sensible person would expect to see in the leadership race for a nation deep into the idolization of money. Regardless of who wins, the people lose.
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Male 5,252
Clinton Alienation Vs sexual Predator Trump... No matter who wins, We Lose
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Male 5,252
I am beginning to believe that the reason The Trump continues to believe he will win and keeps insisting that the race is rigged is because he rigged it. As to the debates Trump had the best debate of his life last night but he lost big on the responses to the believing Russian intervention and cyber spying, and not saying he would accept the results of the election emplying that he has no regard for the democratic process. He also almost lost it when Hill got him talking about the Wall. (Could see the cain starting to kick in).
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Male 7,617
He just seemed incredibly childish. Even when he made a couple of good points, he would quickly ruin them by saying something less intelligent or just accuse her of being wrong (even when most of the audience knew she wasnt.
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Male 4,431
Him throwing back, "Your a puppet" was pretty lame. The, no I'm not you are, argument doesn't work so well as an adult.
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Male 4,431
Arrgh! I did your instead of you're. Fancy, please give us back the edit button.
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Male 20,302
It's in the redesign, which Sunny told me should roll out in early November!!!
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Male 5,252
Your forgiven Markus123 :-) We forgive you're typo.
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Male 4,431
Awesome!
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Male 20,302
exactly. he was childish. it's how kids act when they get called out on something naughty they did, but they don't have the mental capacity to realize that just because they say, "I didn't it" doesn't mean it goes away.
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Male 8,303
Trump is what happens when children are given money instead of love. When you have little kids you see that they are selfish, everything is "theirs", if they get in trouble its someone else's fault, they say things without thinking. As a parent you teach them to stop that behavior. That never happened to him.
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Male 20,302
If I could like comments, I'd like this one.
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